- (1889–1945) Not Adolph. The German Nazi leader.
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HITLER, ADOLF° — (1889–1945), chief of the German National Socialist Party from 1920 and chancellor of the Reich from 1933. Hitler was the man who planned the extermination of the Jews, took the total decision, created the required organizations, and followed… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Hitler, Adolf — Als Sohn eines österreichischen Zollbeamten am 20. April 1889 in Braunau am Inn geboren, brach Hitler nach dem Tode seines Vaters (1903) seine Realschulausbildung in Steyr 1905 ab und lebte, mit Mal und Zeichenstudien beschäftigt, bei seiner… … Universal-Lexikon
Hitler, Adolf — born Apr. 20, 1899, Braunau am Inn, Austria died Apr. 30, 1945, Berlin, Ger. Dictator of Nazi Germany (1933–45). Born in Austria, he had little success as an artist in Vienna before moving to Munich in 1913. As a soldier in the German army in… … Universalium
Hitler, Adolf — (1889–1945) Adolf Hitler was born on 20 April 1889 in the Austrian town of Braunau, close to the German border. His father, Alois, was a civil servant who provided his son with the opportunity to acquire a good education, but young Adolf never … Historical dictionary of the Holocaust
Hitler, Adolf — (1889 1945) German Nazi leader Adolf Hitler was born in Austria. After serving in the army in World War I, he joined the right wing National Socialist German Workers’ Party in 1919 and quickly assumed leadership. Jailed following a failed… … Historical Dictionary of the Roosevelt–Truman Era
Hitler, Adolf — (1889 1945) leader of the NSDAP; his appointment as Chancellor on 30 January 1933 terminated the Weimar Republic. Born to an Austrian bureaucrat in Braunau am Inn, he grew up in Linz and moved in 1907 to Vienna, where he applied in vain for… … Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik
Hitler, Adolf — (1889–1945) German dictator. By the time Hitler lay dead in a Berlin bunker, beneath the rubble of his Third Reich, his ‘final solution’ had accounted for the slaughter of one out of every three Jews on earth. The Holocaust was the greatest… … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
Hitler, Adolf — ► (1889 1945) Político alemán de origen austríaco. Influido por el antisemitismo de Lanz von Liebenfels, Hitler proyectó sus frustraciones contra los judíos. Tras la Primera Guerra Mundial ingresó en el Partido Obrero Alemán, del cual asumió la… … Enciclopedia Universal
Hitler,Adolf — Hit·ler (hĭtʹlər), Adolf. Known as “Der Führer.” 1889 1945. Austrian born founder of the German Nazi Party and chancellor of the Third Reich (1933 1945). His fascist philosophy, embodied in Mein Kampf (1925 1927), attracted widespread support,… … Universalium
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